As the number of acceleration sensitive experiments to be carried on each Shuttle or Space Station mission increases, the requirement for either low-g environment or for accelerometry at each experiment location also increases. Preflight planning of such experiments in the past has not always included detailed analyses of the acceleration environment at the experiment location that had a serious impact on the experiment. Careful modeling of the mission activities and their effect on the experiment in many cases would have been beneficial to these experiments. In some cases, the experiment was not comprised, but insufficient instrumentation was available onboard to directly measure accelerations at the experiment location. The type of preflight modeling available to assist in experiment design and mission integration is described, as well as the use of that tool postflight to enhance flight data when sensors are not ideally suited to experiment analysis. Examples of recent shuttle flight experiments are presented.